Rhinelander Community Invests in Downtown’s Future with Streetscape Project

Many people had to come together to bring the Rhinelander Downtown Streetscape Project to fruition. In this video, you’ll hear from some of them: Mark Barden, of Town & Country Engineering, on the years of design work needed before the water and sewer upgrade could get underway; Rhinelander Public Works Director Tim Kingman on the unique obstacles workers have encountered in century-old underground infrastructure; a local business owner in the heart of the construction zone on how he’s coped. It’s a snapshot of a community still in the midst of the disruption a project of this scope causes, but everyone realizes and has their eyes on the long-term gains.

Many people had to come together to bring the Rhinelander Downtown Streetscape Project to fruition. In this video, you’ll hear from some of them: Mark Barden, of Town & Country Engineering, on the years of design work needed before the water and sewer upgrade could get underway; Rhinelander Public Works Director Tim Kingman on the unique obstacles workers have encountered in century-old underground infrastructure; a local business owner in the heart of the construction zone on how he’s coped.

It’s a snapshot of a community still in the midst of the disruption a project of this scope causes, but everyone realizes and has their eyes on the long-term gains.



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